Wanderers midfielder Dominic Gape believes the sky is the limit for Wycombe at the moment as they registered another win at Adams Park, beating Barnsley 1-0 at Adams Park on Saturday.

Gape was instrumental in the victory, keeping Tykes playmaker Alex Mowatt quiet and orchestrating a brilliant defensive display from the Blues.

The former Southampton midfielder believes that there is so much potential within the squad and the tremendous run of form at home can continue.

He said: "The sky is the limit for us at the moment.

"If you look at the fixtures we have had on those home games, there are no gimmies in there.

"For us to go six wins in a row at home just goes to show where we are at the moment."

Gape has forged a fantastic partnership in the centre of midfield with Curtis Thompson and he praised his partner in the engine room for the work he has done.

He added: "Curt is a great player to play with.

"He will give you everything and he is similar to me with his mentality and we bounce off each other.

"When I see him doing a great piece of defensive work, it spurs me on to replicate that."

The midfielder also pinpointed the pace in Wycombe's attack as a key reason why they were able to take the game to Barnsley at certain times.

Gape said: "We looked at them on the video and we saw their weaknesses.

"When you have frightening pace like we have we can execute and get in and we were in many times.

"Sometimes the ball didn't quite drop but you could see on the counter attack that we are so dangerous."